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Sport Manchester United warn fans they will crack down on any bad behaviour

19:51  17 may  2021
19:51  17 may  2021 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Manchester United warn supporters anti-social behaviour at Old Trafford on Tuesday will lead to 'stadium bans and criminal prosecution' as club hope to avoid repeat of huge protests. United will welcome back 10,000 supporters for their final home game of the season with Fulham against a back-drop of violent anti-Glazer protests. The club say that any fans guilty of anti-social behaviour or vandalism – including setting off flares inside the ground – will face stadium bans and criminal prosecution.

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Manchester United have warned that they will crack down on any bad behaviour when fans return to Old Trafford.

United will welcome back 10,000 supporters for their final home game of the season with Fulham against a back-drop of violent anti-Glazer protests.

The club say that any fans guilty of anti-social behaviour or vandalism – including setting off flares inside the ground – will face stadium bans and criminal prosecution.

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United’s chief operating Collette Roche said: ‘Matchday at Old Trafford will be slightly different for those fans who have been successful in the ballot for the Fulham game.

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Police are on red alert after warning fans over their behaviour in streets around Anfield as Liverpool and Manchester City have team coaches diverted ahead of fiery Champions League clash. 'Due to building works and to ensure the safety of fans , they will instead travel along Arkles Lane, passing The Arkles pub before turning right onto Anfield Road.' Liverpool responded to the statement on the club's official website, saying: 'Ensuring the health and safety of our fans and visitors is at the forefront of our all our procedures.


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Police in Manchester are warning football fans they will crack down on any violent behaviour at big screen events during the World Cup. Large numbers of people are expected to travel into the city to watch matches in pubs or large screens, including a 17,500 capacity site in Castlefield. Authorities said they were confident there would be no repeat of the so-called Rangers riot in 2008. But they are urging people to report troublemakers or suspicious behaviour . Greater Manchester Police has been planning the policing operation for months in conjunction with other authorities.

‘We have also introduced digital ticketing which means fans with tickets will need to bring photographic ID.

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'This is all designed to keep people as safe as possible and set us in good stead for welcoming larger crowds back next season and we are confident fans will understand the need for these procedures as a result.

‘While some things will change, it’s important to stress that our usual ground regulations remain in place. We remind everyone that inconsiderate, reckless or anti-social behaviour by anyone visiting Old Trafford will not be tolerated.

'Club sanctions will apply for the use of flares within the stadium and any pitch incursions or vandalism will result in criminal prosecution.

‘Our aim is to ensure that the match passes peacefully and that fans with tickets get to enjoy their return to Old Trafford.’

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